In short - utilizing Sharepoint, web viewer "webparts", iframes, url addressable content etc, such as Qlik Sense web pages created with the Qlik Sense API that host content etc - would be the only and best approach to this. Please take a look at this documentation to understand more:
Qlik Sense does not have any "specific" integration (webparts) into Sharepoint. Qlik Sense APIs - utilizing mash-ups - along with SSO type integration with Sharepoint would be the best approach.
Please let me know if you require more information.
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A very easy way to get started is to use single.
- In your browser go to https:[yourserver]/single.
- You will get a (very basic) list of the apps available.
- Click on the app you want to use
- you will get a list of sheets and visualizations
- select the sheet/visualization you want, check current selections if you want that included
Copy the URL with app id etc and use it in SharPoint or another web portal.
Hm, obviously it's not documented, I'm afraid, we did not manage to get the doc for this ready in time.
The 1.0 version is not experimental, the selection pages are working(as far as I know), but lacks polishing. We hope to be able to deliver a better version next time. So in progress - definitely !!
Thanks a lot for good information and guidance.
I have a Qliksense file with me.How to connect this with SharePoint ?How can i get access to the server. What is single ? Can you explain in detail ? As i am a growing young professional,It will be helpful for me.Looking for good answers.
I don't really have more detail than in my post above. You need a server installation for this to work, if you have one you can start at the url https://[yourserver]/single.
I will allow Erik to elaborate - but at this point if you have the URL for your mash-up - you would use the Sharepoint Web Viewer webpart (or equivalent) - and configure that with the URL.
At this point it becomes and understanding in how to use and configure Sharepoint.
Note that if Sharepoint uses domain security, NTLM Windows Security Integration - it's assumed that the security creds that access sharepoint are also in the Qlik Sense server. I am not sure how your setup is, but you MAY need to configure some additional authentication - such as Web Ticket, HTTP header etc. If this is not familiar to you, I suggest you work with our pre-sales and consulting teams to understand this further.